ExpoBadge® Defining the Lead

Expobadge considers the health and safety of all those on-site as our top priority. We believe it is vital for our community to remain appropriately and reliably informed on COVID-19 as it relates to each event. In addition to following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, we are working closely with exhibit facilities, state and local governments, our hotel partners, and fellow official service providers so we can remain diligent in ensuring the health, safety, and security of all our attendees and exhibitors. We are focused on three key pillars of health and safety: Protective Measures, Physical Distancing and Cleaning & Hygiene. This is a living document that will continue to evolve according to local, state and CDC guidelines and safety recommendations to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Safety First

ExpoBadge has a policy which REQUIRES all staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19 AND any staff member who is scheduled to go onsite must have a negative antigen test within 3 days of arriving onsite. All ExpoBadge staff are also required to wear masks at all times onsite.

Total Compliance

Proof of vaccination status AND negative antigen tests will be provided to every client prior to staff arrival. All onsite staff will be required to carry with them both a printed and a digital version of vaccination and negative antigen test.